Earlier this week I posted an item about a study that suggested the terrible music of today is more terrible than the terrible music of the past. I suggested that there is no way to tell, but that I doubt it. I’ll pass on doing the research, however.
Jed Gottlieb at the Boston Herald poses an interesting challenge on the other side of the spectrum. His point, in essence, is that people should stop using The Beatles, Bob Dylan and other great acts of the past as the standard against which to judge today’s music. It’s unfair.
Gottleib maintains that there is great music being made today. He invites folks to send in their favorite music and says that he will post something that person will find exciting.